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be slod abp u, Uaule coltiem.ed br ue. Slteelad. Philadelphi., Nov. V.-.hrotly after 13 o'elook on Monday the steamship mt. touis, of the A.m.ltoI Ite, was necouees fully lautohed at (remnp's ship yards. The affr wue witnessed by fully ,U) peotplu,. Mrn. Clevelalnd, wife of the presideint, broke the traditional bottle of champagne on the bow of the noble ship a it Kthlel-1 dqwn the ways, at the same titme uttering the words, "1 christen thee It. ouise," In this instance, and for the Arnt time iatoe the ceremony was omerve,. at the hilpynrds, the champagne was of Aler loan make. All preparations for the launch had been carefully m&de, and although the ship Is 10 feet Iung-er than any that has ever been lutnchedit, the. llifficult feait of getting the vesseel from the. wy's into the water was accomplishel without a hitch. After the launch, ivliteed Kguents to the Ilumber of 400 were entertalsed at lunch In the office of the. bulldlers. ('herles II. Cramp, in a speeh of weleume to Presl dent Cleveland. said that with two excep tions the it. Ieoui was the largest and most powerful hilp in the world. He re ferred to the progre"s of ship building undert'levclnd'srlmtadministration and cred Ited to his pulley the fact that such won derful results had been acc.omplished In America. The Nt.* louls, he said, was built on American plans, by American workmen, and of American material. Twenty-six ships were aerommended by Mr. Cleveland and authorised by congress. Concluding, he said that while there may he honest differences on other questions, national alpproval of Cleveland'n vigorous and patrioUn naval policy would always be unanimous. The toast to the president was drunk with cheers, and he made a felicitous re sponse, alluding to the part he had taken In restoring American commerce and up building the navy. Ihiloh's Cure It sold ona gularntee. It cures Incipient ConsumpUon. It ls the best Cough Cure. Only one cent a dose. I1 ots., 50 tas. and SI For male by Par cben-D'Acheul Drug Co. shet a Tas Celleteer. Cheeotah, I. T., Nov. 1l.-Amos Moln tosh, prosecuting attorney, shot Lee A4 kins, a tax collector, twice throbgh the body last night. There is a posIbilfity for Adkins' recovery. An old feud, revived by horse races and aggravated by intoxn cants, was the cause. BIoth are prord nent citizens of the Creek nation. Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn., says: "Shiloh's Vitaliser sav.d my life. I consider it the beat remedy for a debilitated system I ever usdd." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble it escels. Price 75 cents. For male, by Parchen-D'Acheul Drug Co. Meevy aill oft bew. Port Wayne, Ind., Nov. 11.-There was a heavy snow storm Sunday between Ply. mouth and Liverpool, which was pro. nounced the heaviest that ever tell in Indiana this early in the season. Snow began falling at three a. m., and continued until eight in the evening, the fall aver aging from eight to eighteen inches. Karl's Olever Root, the great Blood puirlier, gives freshness and clearness to the complexion and cures constipation, 8 cts., 0 ots. and 5U. For sale by Par bema-D'Acheul Drug Co. Hey Mardeeeres seateeed. Lamrned. Kan., Nov. I3.-Harvey and Ar nold, aged 17 and IS. murderers Of MAyor Marsh, of Kinsley, pleaded guilty to.day to murder in the first degree. The sen. tenoe imposed by Judge Vandiver was Im prisonment In the peltentiary until the governor shall decide they should be hanged. The boys were taken on the nine o'clock train for Leavenworth by Sheriff Heath, but not until a mob had gathered and threatened lynching. Salt rheum, with its nlatense Itching, dry, hot skin, is cured by Hood's Sassa psrills. S**** I ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S. 'I - I MAMMOTH EXCLUSIVE Announcement. RNiURE HO USE. Intending purchasers in our lines will find it to their in- M USIC HO U SE terest to call and examine our immense stocks. We are the largest shippers in our respective line in the state of Mon tana. We occupy as salesrooms only,1 r , immense floors, IANO FURNITURE, extending through the entire block fnl Jackson to Main CARPEPITS, street. We occupy five floors, seventy , fpaOiL, extending ORGANB S - from Grand to Breckenridge street, for ljrvE tidck and the SHEET MUSIC. W ALL PAPER. wholesale trade. We buy from the sufacturers direct for SPOT CASH ONLY. We handle no;oods on consignment. We make straight carload shipments. We carry high-priced erchandise House Furnishing Goods goods, medium-priced goods and low-priced goods. We can us u. please everybody. We want your business, and if good goods, good work, prompt attention and low prices will win, we will sell you every time. Bedroom, Parlor, Oflice and Dining Room Furniture, Very respectfully, ARTHUR P. CURTIN. Steinway Pianos, Sohmer Pianos, Brlggs Pianos, Weg. Couches, Divans, Turkish Chairs, Rockers, Book Cases, man Pianos, Mason & Hamlin Organs, Newman Bros.' Parlor Desks, Reed and Rattan Goods, Easels, Pedestals, Pic- Organs, Clough & Warren Organs, Music Boxes, Piano tures, Frames, Mouldings, Window Shades, Draperies, Cor- Lamps, Violins, Guitars, Music Cabinets, Banjos, Mandolins, nice Poles, etc. Comforts, Blankets, Mattresses and Bedding. Piano and Organ Stools, Piano Covers and Scarfs. 0 1 NO. 4 NORTH JACKSON. NO. 6 NORTH JAOKSON. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S SBed Rock Second EJand Furniture House Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Bedding of All Kinds. The goods in this departmeut were formerly sold on the installment plan and returned, and are, in the main, good as new. NO. 12 NORTH JAOKSON STREET. KILLID THIIIN !AL 3Mak Uebbers ve* Thbemselvea rems msi peeure by Morden Sallna, Kan., Nov. 18,-Three masked robbers attempted to hold up the bank at Sylvan irove. KHIn., forty miles west of here to-day, and one of their number met death In an unusually tragic manner. lie was shot by the cashlier of the bank, and when In dying condlition was perforatdl with hullets by his own eomlpsnllons, to save themselves from exposure. Three meen, masked, rode Into town, pulled their horses up in front of the bunk, and while ote robber remained seated holding thi horses, two of his companilonls entered. The cashier was orderrd to turn over the money. He reluctanlly compllied. It was but a few mlnutes from the time the han. eits turned their horses into the businees strret before they were again moullltel and away with all the ready cash the batk had. The moment the robbers were out of tlihe building, ('ashier John t'lane secured his "un, rushed to the door and opened fire. The bullet lodged In the back of one of the fleeing men. He fell heavily to the ground. itls two 'companiUlons pulled tip their horses and ridlnr up to the prus. trate man, deliberately fired several shiots Into his body and dashed away. Wenl'. picked upl the desperate outlaw was dead. The dead robber was found to have on his person Si.r.u of the booty. A letter was also found on him addressed to l.e plhen McKee. 902 Hickory street, Ut. Jo seph. Mo. The gang Is supposed to have wben the same that robbed the Fort Srott bank In September. Their haunts are In the llue hillts of Osborne county. Peters Psense Washington. Nov. 12.-Mgr. SatolUi has received a letter from Rome to be forward ed by him to the archbishops. Heretofore the Peter's Pence oollection was sent di rectly by the bishop to Rome. Now these collections must be transmitted to the ab legate. Moreover, any individual who wishes to make, ln his own name, a more liberal contribuUon than he would ordi narily put In the diocesan collection, may do so by addressilng it direotly to the pope, through the ablegate. The letter also implies that the people are expect. ed to avail themselves of this opportunity to show their gratitude for the estab llishuent of the apostolic ablegate. Merveinue k.s tte. Prom a letter written by Rev. J. Gun derman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are per mitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. Klin's New Discovery, as the results were al most marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction she was brpught down with pneumonia succeeding Ia grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last for hours with little interruption, and It seemed as It she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in Its work and highly satisfactory In results." Trial bottles free at Parchen-D' Acheul Drug Co. Resular sise o0 and $1. NUeas to P1uble meo'.ls, Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 2.-Justi'e Dean, of the supreme court, to-day handed down an opinion In the case of John Hysong, et al., versus the school district of Gallatins. borough, on appeal from Judge IBater, who refused an injunction to prevent nuns from teaching in the publio schools dressed In the garb of their order. Justice Dean affirms Judge Barker's decision. rea iorMs aseeess.. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claims for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaranteed. olec. trice Bitters, the great remedy for LUver, Stomach and Kidneys. Buoklen's Ar nica Salve the beet in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are a per fect pill. All these remedies are guaran teed to do Just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name Is attached herwith will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at Parchen-D'Acheul Drug Co. 'TIRED, WEAK, NERVOUS, Could lot Slip. Prof. L D. Edwards. of Preston, Idaho, says: "I was all run down, weak, nervous and irritable through overwork. I suffered from brain fa tigue, mental depression, etc. 1 be. came so weak and nervous that I dould not sleep, I would arise tired, discouraged andblue. I began taking IDr. Miles' Nervine and now everything is changed. I sleep soundly, I feel bright, active and ambitious. I can do more in one day now than I used todo In a week. For this great good I give Dr. Miles' Bestorative Nervine bte sole credit., It Cures." reDr. Mile' Ner Nt. n ottlw e S.tý ltllata ll atS bottl . oe 55, ow liM by all 4dglstU. URHORSESHOER FOR THE . W SOE FOR WINTR IUSL. It ,MOLVTW.Y V sila feet amral in goad er C -kept** hos to oomstanus Amos the The CALS are ItBROVALI Steel-Ctea'rd sad SILP-SAXPRIINS l woem out Hm DIln eas v i oa. Immene o timeu ay loss as a Ounmee~postWal mall ftee our de. serriple ern . alai mfln nl prie of dked this wnter at low prices. Nicole & Dean, St. Paul, Minn.. and Minneapolls Iron Store Co.. Minneapols,. Mina., General Agents for the North west. REMNANTS OF SILKS NOW YolO DP] GO1O1 StlO REMNANTS OF SILKS LJ To the Ladies of Helena - AND . . I g4 - SMonday's Excursionists= We offer a great Bilk ale of Rem Snants. Elant, good, r. h remnuate __ of atins. Velvet and Bilk.. To UtimulatL this sal and make it in tereLingl for customare we have out tJpcrlno Im twain. Imagte a mIale o uRnmnet of llk at the New __ York Blot.. Ladiee, our buge alee this nuoe are evidntly worlking to your laterle, for the quantity of c .ilk, atln asd Velvet Remnant. are .. rmily alarmingl. reieI.,arkld on each Iare aboulrd Sedly low. Still they must be old, end our Friend. aquintaon sds customor e el ive the benft. Nora-City or country Merchant. `. deciding to take advantage of this S- ale, will resive a discount of 5 m per onLt. THIS WEEK : THIS WEEK : THIS WEEK CHINOHILLA OTH JACKETS-Th - I BLACK FRENCH 031 CAPSU a oPLbod , 0, helord Raglan Cape I BY.o.,O..o W,. Ir(n tee6 lte 11kw II I Out, . slid Ii Ui.................. !. Mi =o.0. so beh nlse ......ngt ............. Te Golf Cap '"T°1 °'CPE-? to .0 IASEELT CLOTH JAIT-sb- d ................ ........ 1719 lvL U le i Golllfel-r -aTPeAN OkalI o Io brt-Il . iuo., $17.114 $m.o5 00 I , las.... .............. ......... 1O WOOL EIAL IAPES - Extr CASTEB R EVE gyalKB . d A i ............... ........... M heaL. New l tlad ont -p New Illles se te bilLY "Mr BLACK MONKEY CA3PEI-a $7.10. $10.04. $1. T iuhe~apmn us esybyesd lseltle. Colar...................S...... O /ielen slime to Keis zeie lee_____ re eepmlly vite meI eur Win dew dlsly. Iremr GeTs ' IC O .ta mosies m h/emsf OsMedU I latuday w1ll be a ila ad Lord IRaglan lap. ae the mee bedlr ea msee I anul e eepetallts.., ilr Jaele. Viit i for e e s i Pepsl Lall' Dn Gmate fe Mill esuimtee. wie eel to I M yie. grad-v i wa ell to at the le- November ad Deea w Is bt ad meaetl fs h were del elfnl. Visit m that yoe mn W. show all e.:ee sad black m wei ehlged to wait e lin... This we SmuM aleat eru euries el as ever 11dy ivuleiwo 01 ee eela pelsm net ml lp ewi. tIo he seth at thge ses.. live away. hew weedertalli prepared we Prices, hiadly bee, In minad are 8teletly eetmelsets. Sew, hoevert. we ms asals ae Ine C olek Deem. New York. re s al ay cedero . Tis Leek. ' ."kNorE.-Agents for Helena for the genuine Foster and Trefousse Kid Gloves. t N"OTm.-Beware of what is known as a "spurious kid glove" called "Fosterhook". KiL which is composed of hog skin and sheep skin, and offered as an impoeltia. upon our agency. New York Dry Goods Storee 48, 50 AND 52 SOUTH MAIN STREET.